Myrna Amelia Mesa is a trial attorney with extensive federal litigation background. In her current practice, she advises on and represents clients before criminal and civil cases before federal tribunals. Her skills include investigation, witness preparation, appeals, and every aspect of courtroom litigation. While her expertise includes white-collar criminal conspiracy cases, she has been consistently involved in litigation of employment, labor, disability, and immigration law nature. She is also a certified mediator.

Myrna received her Bachelor of Arts degree from Loyola University of Chicago, Illinois, a Juris Doctor from The University of Michigan Law School, Ann Arbor, Michigan, a Masters in Fine Arts degree from Old Dominion University, Norfolk, Virginia, and a Masters in Strategic Studies from the Army War College.

Prior to private practice she has served in numerous positions throughout the United States, including but not limited to Special Assistant United States Attorney, Immigration Judge, Defense Counsel, and Government Attorney. She currently serves as a Lieutenant Colonel, Command Judge Advocate, in Madison, Wisconsin for the United States Army Reserve.